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  1. Jesse
    07-26-2019 09:41 PM
    This person, BIKENDAN, gives very dangerous advise, beware!!!
  2. TSman
    07-02-2019 04:19 PM
    I do not recall posting anything but do not click unsolicited links. Feel free to delete any mistaken post I may have started.
  3. onandjanetpetree
    Thanks for the message Bikendan. I am having difficulties learning how to post, reply etc on this forum. Guess I should just read what others have posted. Understand that the site is not affiliated with Forest River. No problem. Is there a primer on how to use the forum? My intention is to do it correctly... Thanks again.
  4. Elias
    10-04-2018 03:03 PM

    Your right. I get that area confused. Guess that means I need to visit the coast more often.
  5. dbarr
    08-15-2018 01:49 AM
    Please delete my last post before anyone responds to it. The problems I’m having are not something that should reflect badly on coachmen.
    Thanks, Dave.
  6. benchmarks

    I'm over here in Woodinville and would like to take the family on an excursion to do some dry camping. This would be our first time. First I plan on doing a dry run in the driveway to see what I miss. I have two children ages 9 & 11 so something that would have water, biking or hiking is preferred (in that order). I own two Honda 2000iu and have the ability to run in companion mode. Thanks for the leads.
  7. Ron045
    12-19-2016 09:25 PM

    I have been reading a few posts on tow weight and cargo capacity and I see we might have similar setups with our Avys and Hybrids.

    My yellow sticker says the cargo weight on the Avy is 1134 lbs. My 23IKSS dry hitch weight is 588 pounds (according to the book). That only gives me 546 pounds for self, wife, 2 kids and a dog. I'm overweight 219 pounds and have not even put anything in the back yet.

    Am I figuring something wrong? Does the WDH reduce the dry hitch weight?

    Thanks for your thoughts.
  8. Pipcoo15
    10-20-2016 06:36 PM
    As you are probably aware, I'm very new heir, an until now I've enjoy the knowledge I've received, I would not have. Clue how to move to the site you demanded that I go to. So I guess we will just move on. PS try the word PLEASE in your requests not for us, but as a courtesy to newbies as you EXPERTS like too call people. Have a good day. We'll still enjoy our rv without the attitude
  9. dnnmccrd
    05-15-2016 05:07 PM
    dnnmccrd I going about this correctly?
  10. Drenjoey
    04-10-2016 07:15 AM
    Heh! Dan,

    Can you change the thread (First mod on our 23ws) which I started to (Mods on a 23ws). That way folks will share all their mods on the same thread.

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  • About bikendan
    Camano Island, Washington
    Camano Island
    RV Brand
    Prime Time
    RV Year and Model
    2016 TracerAIR 255
    My Tow Vehicle
    2014 Ford F150 Ecoboost
    Retired Firefighter
    Mtn. biking, snowboarding, surfing
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    Dan-Retired California Firefighter/EMT
    Shawn-Musician/Entrepreneur/Wine Expert
    and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
    2016 PrimeTime TracerAIR 255, pushing a 2014 Ford F150 SCREW XTR 4x4 3.5 Ecoboost w/Max Tow Package
    Equalizer WDH


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